Do you want to discover what it’s like to study Global Responsibility & Leadership? Curious about the subjects that will be covered and the topics you learn about? Then sign up for the GRL web class starting 2 November.
Over the course of four weeks, the web class covers areas such as Global Health, Psychology, Political Science, Economics, Data Science and Earth & Energy. You will also be introduced to lecturers from each of these disciplines that are part of the GRL programme. Even though each class covers a different topic, the common thread throughout it is the link to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Each class begins with an introductory e-lecture and you will complete various readings and assignments each week. The web class is offered in English and the workload is approximately 3 hours per week.
What’s the benefit of joining the web class? 3 questions for web class coordinator Hanneke, 3rd year student GRL!
What is a web class and what is the added value?
“The web class provides a glimpse into the study over a period of four weeks. By watching the videos and doing a weekly assignment you will find out if this is what you want more of.”
How did you experience the web class yourself?
“The web class has been decisive for me in choosing GRL. It was also very encouraging to receive feedback.”
What is your best tip for the people who are joining the web class?
“Use your creativity: it will take you further!”
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